BEST SCREENPLAY - BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS 2011
"The most refreshing, urgent and original debut the British film industry has seen in years."
- The Telegraph
"Submarine is enchanting...a moody, melancholy teen film that feels both timeless and up-to-the-minute fresh."
- LA Times
"Brilliant - this is the British comedy of the year."
- The Mirror
Library (Launched Toronto Film Festival 2010) / Comedy / UK / 94 mins / 2010
Richard Ayoade (The Double)
Yasmine Paige (The Double) Craig Roberts (The Double) Noah Taylor (Lawless, Game Of Thrones) Sally Hawkins (Happy-Go-Lucky, Great Expectations) Paddy Considine (The Bourne Ultimatum, In America)
Mark Herbert (The Stone Roses: Made Of Stone, Four Lions) Andy Stebbing Mary Burke (For Those In Peril)
Warp Films / Film4 / UK Film Council / Red Hour Films / The Wales Creative IP Fund / The Film Agency For Wales / Optimum Releasing / Protagonist Pictures
One boy must fight to save his mother from the advances of a mystic, and simultaneously lure his girlfriend into the bedroom, armed only with a wide vocabulary and near-total self belief. His name is Oliver Tate.
About the Director:
Ayoade's feature directorial debut follows a successful career in TV and stand-up comedy, appearing on the small screen in the Emmy award-winning The IT Crowd and cult British comedy, The Mighty Boosh.